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Old 03-05-2014, 04:58 AM
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Good rotor and pad combo?

I'm looking at Raybestos 66823PER rotors. They seem good for the price, and better than stock.

My truck is my daily driver. Largest load/tow I do is a 9000 lb travel trailer several times a year, with half the towing trips done over mountain passes.

Couple of questions...
  1. Anyone have experience with these rotors? Other suggestion?
  2. What would be a good pad for these?

TIA!
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Old 03-05-2014, 08:38 AM
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I just installed these around xmas. so far they seem great compared to my stockers that where on there.
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EBC Rotors and EBC Pads.
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I just installed these around xmas. so far they seem great compared to my stockers that where on there.
cross drill and slotted
$365 to my door that covers rotors and pads for a 4 wheels is pretty good! Powerstop is one of the brands I've seen good comments about. I like the EBC, but prices seem quite steep for my goals, at least for their better than OEM products.

Not sure how EBC's oem replacement products compare to the above Powerstop product, but currently leaning to the Powerstop product.
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I've had EBC on other cars and trucks and I wasn't that impressed with them for the price. The only downside to the powers tops is the shims are really tight. Some people file the bracket down a little bit. With a couple of curse words I got them to fit without filing.

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$365 to my door that covers rotors and pads for a 4 wheels is pretty good! Powerstop is one of the brands I've seen good comments about. I like the EBC, but prices seem quite steep for my goals, at least for their better than OEM products.

Not sure how EBC's oem replacement products compare to the above Powerstop product, but currently leaning to the Powerstop product.
Add those to your cart, and enter this coupon code: EREAC9015

I just saved you $55! $310 for a 4 wheel kit
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Add those to your cart, and enter this coupon code: EREAC9015

I just saved you $55! $310 for a 4 wheel kit
Hells yes! Thank you sir!
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Thanks for input everyone!

I went with the Powerstop, ordered for all 4 wheels, they arrived today. Now to install them and try them out!
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